Happy Sunday, everyone.
Another two videos this week for you to enjoy with your favorite roast.
First up, it's Quentin Tarantino speaking about how films can inspire and influence, but how you can go about finding your original voice.
Next, cinematographer James Laxton takes us behind the scenes on the making of Moonlight. It's a fantastic look at the mind of a terrific artist. Think you'll find it quite insightful.
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Quentin Tarantino Talks With AFI Fellows
The Cinematography of Moonlight with Cinematographer James Laxton
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